a facebook friend sent me an article warning that facebook (and twitter and all the other ways we communicate) are more addictive than tobacco and alcohol. i absolutely concur.
this morning i am on the road to see f2fb friend #298. i’m not sure exactly what she looks like because she plays with her profile pictures a lot. so do a lot of people. last i saw, she looked like this:
this morning i discovered that something i’m highly addicted to is dead. namely, the battery on my cell phone. i overcharged it. i don’t have a phone. i don’t know colleen’s number because it’s stored in my phone. i can’t take a picture when i see her because my camera is in my phone and my next stop and my next stop after that . . . ? in my phone. my relationship with my two sons who live far away? in my phone (well, not exactly, but you know what i mean)
one of the things i’ve learned this past year and almost two months–flexibility. i’m going to need a lot of that today. . . . and a verizon wireless store!